Anxious Times For Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia
When the peace process began in June, Ethiopia asked Eritrean opposition groups to cease their activities, but assured them that they can remain safely in the country. Many, however, believe that covert Eritrean intelligence agents could now penetrate their camps and capture them. This has been the case in Sudan where Eritrea's refugees have been vulnerable to being seized and returned by the Eritrean military.
Eritrean Refugees (file photo).
East Africa: Ethiopia/Eritrea Peace Hopes, Cautions
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Shabait, 26 July 2018
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Dalsan Radio, 25 July 2018
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